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Sólo queda decir que Fast Lanes Bowling no defraudará a nadie, ya seas un entendido en los bolos o simplemente alguien que se iniciar o pasar un buen rato haciendo strikes.
In my opinion, this is the kind of game that works well when you have a few friends over and fancy a game for a bit of light-hearted fun. The game can be played with up to four players and at any time you can view the scoreboard to see how you measure up to your mates. It may not be groundbreaking or the type of game you’d spend hours trying to master, but Fast Lanes Bowling is still good fun and offers something a little different in the bowling genre.
In the end, Fast Lanes Bowling is a textbook example of a budget game. Its no-frills approach is inoffensive but also quite drab. Though there haven't been many released recently, there are better bowling products available both on the PC and on consoles, so fans of the sport would do better looking elsewhere.
Overall Fast Lanes Bowling is not a bad first bowling game from Enlight. The graphics could be better but it doesn’t take away from the game being fun. The Golf and Challenge modes add some variety. Fast Lanes Bowling is a good example of a budget game with no-frills but fun game play.
Gamers' Temple, The
Fast Lanes should be designed to at least appeal to fans of the sport, but it will probably not meet bowlers' expectations. There's so little that affects the ball beyond the two mouse clicks that it leaves you feeling like you're simply going through an exercise in repetition. The tournament mode will leave bowlers disappointed as well. It consists entirely of simple one on one, single game matches against random computer opponents. The computer bowlers won't provide much of a challenge either, as they tend to bowl poorly and exhibit psychotic behavior. In one tournament match, my opponent managed only a 52 through the first five frames only to finish the game with five straight strikes.